Post-Impressionist were artists who worked in the style of post-impressionism and were not concerned with creating accurate representations of reality. Instead, they sought to express their own inner emotions and feelings through their work. This often resulted in works that were more abstract and expressive than realistic.

Post-Impressionist artists used a variety of techniques to create these emotive effects in their work. They often employed bold brushstrokes and vivid colors to create a sense of movement and energy. They also often used light and shadow to create a sense of depth and atmosphere. In general, their goal was to create an expressive, emotional experience for the viewer.

Some of the most famous post-impressionist artists include Vincent van Gogh, Paul Cezanne, Paul Gauguin, and Georges Seurat. Their unique approach to painting helped to shape the development of modern art in the 20th century.